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it was like before the internet. so, people told stores. i bet you tell stories. did you tell a story today? >> yeah, i bet you did you went up to our friend and said, did you see that? your friend said, no, no he didn't. right? that's a story. so, i will tell you a story. in india, here we have super heroes like, tell me a hero. >> super man. we have super heroes in india. krishna. lifts mountains and throws them to the ocean to create bridges. i will tell you the story about a super hero. krishna as a little boy in the village where the trees blow and the water flows and the birds fly and the grass grows, in this village there are cows. and people and they go to the river and they go to get their water. and they go to the river and what do they see? an evil demon is polluting the river. callia. and they can't get water because it's killing the cows and the people. so, they go to krishna and say, please, do something about this this is not good. he says, he thinks about it and says, okay. he takes his friends to the river to play. they play ball. they play with the ball and then by accid
he knows everything. anybody in the army's gotta know. you bet. you haven't told anybody about this have ya? you don't think i'd tell. won't be long now and we'll be famous. pictures in the paper and everything. steven talbot inventor, edward little builder and timothy martin test pilot. boy, what a team! let's lift it and see how it fits. balance is perfect. boy you're lucky, to get a chance like this. i sure am! when am i gonna take off? this afternoon. this afternoon? well we gotta eat don't we? when we get back we'll take it up to where we're gonna test it. where's that? we'll show you when we get there. we found it this morning, it's just right. see ya back here. okay, come on, girl. ♪ ú úúilg with us. i promised steve and eddy i'd meet them again, right after i finished eating. thank you, lassie. here dear, i taped the wing for you. i think she'll fly again now. i'll be the best pilot on a big plane. classified information? well, that means a secret. well suppose you give this enemy all the details? but i can't mom. steve and eddy and i, we made a pact. and i couldn'
divided 16 into 3 equal parts. i bet you didn't think that was possible i know a physicist that didn't think it was possible. we are rocket scientists. half of you count 16, half do the t high. you can do it. first you try the 16. don't do the t high yet. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, you keep counting 16. you guys do this. you will start 5 times 3, 3 times. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. >> 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, >> 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, pause. >> 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 1. did we end on your 1? >> whoa, you divided 16 into 3 equal parts. did you know you could do that? >> i'm dizzy. okay. well, we are going to end with a t high within a t high like a wheel that goes around and around and around. i want you to figure out there is a multiplecasion problem in here and i want you to see if you can tell us when we are done what it is. something will repeat 3 times. [applause] okay. which one of you figured it out? yes. >> 49, hum... >> i can see how you would say that, why do you say that? there is 49 of something. okay. did you notice the turns? the spins? h
much for being with us. >> thank you. tom: you bet. is a bad deal worse than no deal? my next guest says yes. you bet. both sides are bouncing this thing. citizens for self governance, president mark mcclure joined by occidental professor caroline helpmann. let's start with you. bad deal worse than no deal? >> it is, and we're talking about the fiscal cliff. we are really dealing with is the fiscal fraud. we fell f the cliff along time ago. we are in the best, $16 trillion in debt. a debt our children and grandchildren will never be able to pay off, a total fraud, not dealing with spending, and unle they do we are not going to fix the problems is a country is facing. tom: same point, i mean, is this something that will start tuesday or have businesses and individuals already started be having different because of the fact that this whole process was coming up in addition to what the congressman was talking about? >> certainly was tree has been reacting to this, but i very much disagree about the causes. that is when we extended tax cuts do so wealthy individuals in 2001 and three di
. >> thanks so much, chris. >> you bet. >> and you can catch fox's sunday at 9:00 a.m. right after our show. >>> as lawmakers here in washington work to avoid the fiscal cliff, some people having a little bit of fun with the looming deadline. check out this electric road sign in portland, oregon. it appears that someone hacked it and changed it to read fiscal cliff ahead january and february. no word on who the jokester behind the road sign is. >>> i guess sometimes you have to have a sense of humor to get through all of these things. >> yes, to get through everything, you're absolutely right and hopefully some people had a little bit of sense of humor yesterday even though -- >> yesterday was fine. >> wasn't so bad in some areas and today we've got winds, really gusty winds to be concerned about so hang onto your hat so we will have a little humor there. take a look at our map. satellite radar composite showing you that all of the precipitation moved off pretty much to the northeast heading to the canadian maritimes leading up to clouds and over the the potomac highlands has high pressu
very much. tom: you bet, a fox business alert for you, a look at capitol hill, the lights are obut nobody is home, just 4 days before we fall off the phys cav clif -- te fiscal cliff, congressional leaders are going to meet the president at the white house tomorrow. but the house is not scheduled to return until sunday. tonight, new information showing that mess is worse than we thought. we got t want to know what i did in the last five hours? i played a rnd of golf. then i read a book while teaching myself how to play guitar; ran n miles while knitting myself a sweater; jumped out of a plane. finally, i became a ping pong master while recording my debut album. how you ask? with 5-hour energy. i get hours of energy now -- no crash later. wait to see the next five hours. ♪ music kids will spend 15 minutes watching online videos like this one. brushing for two minutes now, can save your child from severe tooth pain later. two minutes twice a day. they have the time. >> anything dealing with social security ought to be off the table. >> what we should not be doing right now is slash
and counting. >> keep the stopwatch going. happy sunday. >> you bet, thank you. >> don't miss chris wallace's interview. he's going to sit down where michael orrin to discuss the tension between israel and hamas. it airs at 6:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. eastern. don't miss it. >> startling new statistics on the danger the repeat head injuries. it could be more serious than thought. >> tips on how toe help your sex life. maintaining normal testosterone levels is vital. the doctors will be here answering questions and taking questions on the topic now. go to foxnews.com/sundayhousecall. they'll take the questions we get and answer them on the air coming up. [ male announcer ] more than a security system, adt can help you turn on a few lights. access cameras from anywhere to help you keep an eye on things. even bring family in from the cold when you're not there. now get the advanced technology of adt starting at just $99 and save $300. with adt, you get 24/7 fast response monitoring that helps protect you from burglary, fire, and high levels of carbon monoxide. plus remote access to your home. even
schultz. the chair of the dnc. you bet. this has been a real circus the last 24 hours. the president today, congresswoman, went back to the basics. he basically said let's just all get along on the 98%. >> right. >> let's just vote on that. why won't john boehner go there and trust the president that all of you can work on spending cuts after the first of the year? what's wrong with that? >> well, there is certainly nothing wrong with it. and that's the certainly that we should have already been able to give the middle class. it's what the president has been pushing for, and we have the bill that the senate sent us in july sitting in the house, ready to be voted on and sent to the president. but, you know, look. doing the right thing, doing the right thing, ed, is hard. it carries political risk. i know that. my fellow democrats who voted for that debt ceiling bill last summer, where there was a trillion dollars in spending cuts only with no revenue, no balance. well got the debt ceiling increased. but we put our cards on the table and voted for a trillion dollars in spending cuts. and the
on tonight. we appreciate your time. >> you bet. melissa: time for today's fuel gauge report. freshwater forecasts expected decline in inventories sent natural gas stocks soaring. a cold front expected to move into th u.s. raising the outlook for natural gas demand. oh, no. >>> freeport-mcmoran is plunging head first into oil. the mining giant is buying plains exploration and mcmoran exploration for a total of $9 billion in cash and stock. freeport will also assume about $11 billion in debt. >>> u.s. oil production reached its highest level in almost 15 years in september. new data from the energy information administration says u.s. crude output averaged 6.5 million barrels a day. that is up 16% year-over-year. thank you shale and fracking. >>> all right, coming up, it is a great hay robbery. the fallout from this summer's drought takes some bizarre twists. i shouldn't laugh. this is very serious. analyst it black market for hay across the country. details coming up next. at the end of the day it is all about hay. ♪ . melissa: hold on to your hay. this summer's drought still burning f
win. you bet against them. and he still has the same hairstyle that i cut. i started cutting it, and he was looking in the mirror. he couldn't see me. and i'm like, oh, my gosh, what am i going to do? i just kept cutting and cutting and cutting. woo! >> we have to cut away for a break but we'll be back to talk more about this. i said this to you before. your going gray has convinced me someday to go gray as well. >> you caused me to go gray! that's the truth. ,,,, you disgust me. prove it. enough is enough. d-con baits are specially formulated to kill in one feeding. guaranteed. d-con. >>> well, i have the honor to toss it to paul deanno for the last time. >> oh, for the 15 weeks we've worked together. >> you know what, i adore you, and i wish you the best of luck. >> thank you. and you've always made the new guy feel welcome, which is big. very appreciated. let's talk about some weather now. get you outside. it's friday night. chilly. check out santa rosa. 39 degrees. san francisco, 53. here's where we're going tonight. upper 30's. santa rosa, napa. livermore down to 38. perfec
cat with a far out wail. >> any rules for improvisation? >> you bet your life are. the rules in jazz would scare you to death. >> reporter: the son of a california cattle rancher and a classically trained pianist, brubeck had an ear for melodies. >> it's like a baseball player or any athlete. he's only good when he's instinctively does the right thing. >> reporter: the dave brubeck quartet signature tune take 5 took part on their landmark album. it was the first jazz album to sell a million copies. the opening cut blue rondo was taken from a street rhythm in istanbul. throughout his career brubeck was an ambassador for music. in 1988 he played at the reagan summit in moscow. in 1994 president clinton awarded him the national met toe of the arts. the kennedy center honored his six decades of creation and invention. >> rhythm is an international language. >> reporter: dave brubeck spoke it fluently. anthony mason, cbs news, new york. >> can you name the five nba players with 30,000 points? look at one of the next elite players in the nba. ,,,,,, you won't take my life. you won't take o
with us tonight here on "the ed show." thanks so much. >> thanks, ed. happy holidays. >> you bet. and to you too. let's turn to karen finney tonight, former communications director of the dnc. where are we right now? i mean, who are the winners and losers right now? i think the american people are big-time losers on this deal. >> that's absolutely right, particularly after the american people spoke very clearly about what they wanted. i mean politically speaking, obviously i think the president continues to be a winner in that he has, as you were just discussing, he has tried to move, he has tried to, you know, many olive branches. i think the american people have seen him working hard. and the polls bear it out, continue to bear it out that he retains a high degree of confidence and support from the american people. i think nancy pelosi actually comes out of this with a little bit more leverage, because it's clear that any deal that gets done is going to need democratic support. and as we know, she has been a far more effective leader than john boehner has. >> sure. moments ago,
of jazz clubs in the 50 -- '50s and '60s. >> are there any rules are if improvization? >> you bet your life there are! and the rules in jazz would scare you to death! >> reporter: the son of a california cattle rancher and a classically trained pianist, he had a natural ear for melodies. >> it's like a baseball player or any athlete, he's only good when he instinctively does the right thing. >> reporter: the dave brubeck quartet's signature tune, take five, appeared on their landmark album, timeout. it was the first jazz album to sell 1 million copies. the opening cut, was taken from a street rhythm in >> steve: stan bull. >> >> reporter: throughout his career, he was an ambassador for music. in 1988, he played at the rig in gorbachev's summit in moscow. >> all these people that almost hated each other were swinging! >> reporter: in 1994, president clinton awarded him a national medal of the arts. >> i'll never forget the first time when as a high school musician, i discovered that i could actually play the saxophone lead in take five. [ laughter ] >> reporter: in 2009, the kennedy cen
for improvisation? >> you bet your life there are. and the rules for jazz would just scare you to death. they are so strict who is fearful. just break one of the roles and you will never end up in a jam session with the same guys again, believe me. >> he actively fought racism at home and abroad. "time" put him on their cover in 1954. he was sent abroad on goodwill missions during the cold war. his music touched millions. >> my first jazz concert in honolulu, hawaii in 1971, and it was a dave brubeck concert. [applause] and i have been a jazz fan ever since. >> dave brubeck was raised on a ranch. his mother was a teacher. the radio was banned. if you want to listen to music, she said, make your own. he did it as a composer, a bandleader, and a truly great pianist. his love of jazz came from his love of rhythm, which he said came from the heart. adding, it is the first and last thing that we get to hear, the sound of life. >> will put on the life of dave brubeck, who died today at the life -- at the age of 81. that does it for our show today. if you like to read just, you can find us on twitter. than
meters -- a tricky meters were his trademarks. >> are their roles for improvisation? >> you bet your life there are. and the rules for jazz would just scare you to death. they are so strict who is fearful. just break one of the roles and you will never end up in a jam session with the same guys again, believe me. >> he actively fought racism at home and abroad. "time" put him on their cover in 1954. he was sent abroad on goodwill missions during the cold war. his music touched millions. >> my first jazz concert in honolulu, hawaii in 1971, and it was a dave brubeck concert. [applause] and i have been a jazz fan ever since. >> dave brubeck was raised on a ranch. his mother was a teacher. the radio was banned. if you want to listen to music, she said, make your own. he did it as a composer, a bandleader, and a truly great pianist. his love of jazz came from his love of rhythm, which he said came from the heart. adding, it is the first and last thing that we get to hear, the sound of life. >> will put on the life of dave brubeck, who died today at the life -- at the age of 81. that does it f
charities products they don't understand?" and "are you betting against clients?" the answer to all those questions is yes, and unfortunately there has been an element of character assassination going on. > > other than what you wrote in the book about goldman sachs, what else did you want people to know? i know for one thing, this is a firm that is shrouded in secrecy. > > yes, and that's one of the reasons i wrote the book. goldman is a very mysterious place, so i wanted to, in a certain extent, pull back the curtain and show people how goldman and wall street make money - and not just the bad things, the good things and the bad things, because there's certainly a value of wall street to society. but i think if there was one or two messages i would like to leave with your viewer, the one is, there seems to be a perception that the financial crisis, the problems that led up to it, have been fixed. i would like your viewers to know that less than 1/3 of the legislation has been passed, and more than 3/4 of the deadlines have been missed, and frankly, wall street has spent $300 million lob
for an assisted arrest" and i said "you bet your life too and i also want a sf tv star" and anyway those small things happen. i paid the police department and the city back. we put this together with a group of volunteerses, the original command center. the wonderful volunteers that exist in san francisco. not people advising you but people coming here doing stuff and they represented the great cross section of san francisco. had two retired school teachers who came to this temporary building everyday for five years, and provided administrative assistance. they were wonderful. one of them was mary louise green. dave ebberly -- you haven't heard that name. he was the guy bouncing around and i found out he was the volunteer driver of the emergency vehicle that we had which was parked in a fire house at the other end of the city and get a call at 2:00 o'clock in the morning and get in that vehicle, and i later learned -- i'm sorry dave. i didn't understand at the time. it was manual transmission and manual brakes and i wish i could have hired him and he he is and somebody was smart enoug
. >> snow level around 4500 feet. >> thank you, steve. >> you bet. >>> coming up, a major announcement from the oakland a's. and a policy change for popular picture sharing app instagram. what it means for advertisers wanting to use your photos. lots of prepaid cards come pre-filled with problems. enough is enough. introducing the chase liquid reloadable card. with chase liquid, there's no waiting and no fee to activate you can load cash and checks at any chase depositfriendly atm and there are no withdrawal fees at over 17,500 chase atms all for one flat fee of $4.95 per month. get rid of prepaid problems. get chase liquid. >>> on wall street, stocks climbing to the highest level in two months amid optimism lawmakers are closing in on a budget deal to stop the fiscal cliff. facebook up 3.5%. apple up 2.5%. taking a live look at the big board, the dow up 97. nasdaq up 39. and s&p up 13. >>> if you use instagram, be advised your photos may end up in advertisements and you won't be paid for it. san francisco-based instagram, the photo sharing app owned by facebook, is changing its terms of se
. >> jimmy: have you ever actually emptied a mini bar on your own? >> you bet. >> dicky: hayden panettiere. >> jimmy: i would not want to be paul ryan's shake weight
andee what i'm guessing, i think iprivate, with my friends, arles? >> you bet. >> here is the only problem, guys, we're starting back with that whole reg, and things. the ceo's have to sign the bottom linehat they know everything that's going on with the company. by the way, i think it's unfair that you know, some guy who isn the london office and you sign off on this, and you're culpable for some really big time penalties, fees and you know, we're asking a lot of corporate america and tying their hands up with the privacy issue, believe me i i'm not on facebook for that particular reason, but you kn, there's a flip side to this. we can't keep pressuring corporate america and ceo's to know every single aspect of their business if they don't have access to it. >> even if there's a law, sarah, asking for passwords, privacy picy is like swiss eese and employers will be able to find out plenty of dirt on people online without needing their passwords? >> i absolutelily come down on the side of privacy on this one. myroblem is really bad management. saying to your employees, i don't beli
? >> no. maybe some clouds. i think you're good. >> thank you, steve. >> you bet. >>> 49ers' fans could be heard chanting "bye" as the team clenched the nfc title yesterday after beating the arizona cardinals, 27-13. san francisco will have an extra week to prepare before hosting a divisional game on january 12th. they will face the packers, seahawks or redskins. >>> and the raiders ended their season the way it started, losing to the san diego chargers. yesterday's final was chargers 24, raiders 21. the raiders won only four games this season. >>> and we'll check the mood on wall street on this last day of the year. >>> and why a lot of people may be making donations today, especially at goodwill stores. [ male announcer ] if you're ready to get more from your tv service, now's a great time to get at&t u-verse tv. make the switch. [ female announcer ] call now to get at&t u-verse tv for only $29 a month for 6 months, with a total home dvr included free for life. plus, add hbo and cinemax and get the first three months free. [ male announcer ] with u-verse tv, you can record four shows
?" you ask. well, let me tell you this. if it has anything to do with cars, it's here. exotics? you bet. by the ton. and trucks by the truckload. sema is an industry show where cars are fashion and car parts fashionable. >> we're very excited to be producing a new feature called the ebay garage. it's a great personalization platform for enthusiasts to customize their experience on ebay motors. and we have over 2 million vehicle profiles created already that enthusiasts can browse through and connect with other enthusiasts and hopefully inspire them to do more projects. we're selling 383,000 parts on our mobile app every week now. >> sema is a show like none other. and for auto makers, it's a chance to connect with their devotees. >> sema's all about customization. and we've got a brand-new product here, very limited-edition -- only 300 cars. and we're also here for the global rallycross race. we have the subaru stis racing, as well. so it's a great kind of a one-two punch for us. really getting in touch with our customers. >> and fans of the world's greatest superheroes will be happy to
with richie sambora? geoff: you bet your ass i did. craig: that's a hell of a thing to say. geoff: can't wait for that concert, sambora -- king 201. >> i'm totally into it. craig: i don't know, i think people would enjoy that. it would be part of an entire, like a whole-day event. you can call it crock it cnn. what do you think? geoff: yeah, man, that's great. craig: cnn fired larry and then larry joins sambora and his super group. geoff: sambora-king, cnn tour 2013! ♪ ♪ >>> busy signals and dropped calls. a too familiar annoyance. >> one congressman is taking aim at verizon wireless. our ken molestina is live with concerns that have caught the attentions of federal investigators. ken. >> congressman gerry connolly of virginia spoke candidly today about what he described as a sub-par 911 call routing system run by verizon. now he is the one making the call to the fcc and he wants some change. >> i guess i would give it a d. >> reporter: virginia congressman gerry connolly is slamming verizon wireless. the company is contracted to route 911 calls throughout most of the washington area. acc
style, just letting everything grow. >> you bet. so here's dave getting it all cleaned off, and here's dave a year later. doesn't even look like the same guy. >> he looks like he could be a member of the young zz top band. >> he's doing this all in the name of charity, namely the help for heroes fund. it's a charity that helps injured vets. so far he's raised more than $1700. >> i've got to say a mustache is one thing but, man, that looks uncomfortable. >> he says it's been itchy. he's looking forward to getting all this off. he's especially looking forward to kissing his newborn baby, give her a nice, smooth kiss from daddy. >> baby won't even recognize him. >> he's gotten a lot of notoriety in the u.k. for what he's doing. not shaving or doing anything for a year is going to change your look. the fiancee is also looking forward to him getting the hair gone. but once a year when you can raise money and it's for a good cause, you can deal with your not-so-great looking husband for a year. >>> would you buy a bag of chips for$8.45? >> or 64-ounce mayonnaise, $16.55. >> we'll reveal th
cemetery. >> you bet. your cremated remains will be placed in one of 200 plots among these 44 different columns and statutes that they have underneath. it almost looks like atlantis. divers love this spot. it was originally created in 2007 and since then it has turned into a reef. miami's wflx talked to a few of the divers that visit this site. >> the growth now is so thick and so when i look at the pictures when it was new and just nice, smooth, concrete, it was beautiful. and it was artistic. now i go there and go it's a reef. it really is. we watched it turn into a reef. >> which i think makes it even more beautiful because it's alive which is ironic, right. the beauty. you're there resting in peace for eternity but there's all this life around you. >> i wouldn't mind having that done with my remains if i was gone. >> right now neptune memorial reef is only about a quarter of an acre but they plan on expanding this into a 16 acre facility with 5,000 columns and 120,000 plots. >> there's not anything in the world like it. . >> i'm really happy to show you this video. it's a rescue vid
michigan. thanks for coming. >> thank you for having me, governor. >> jennifer: you bet. so let's just dial back for a second and explain to people how is it that unions help teachers in the classroom? >> well, in addition to bargaining our wages and our benefits, we're also able to bargain our class size, we're able to bargain supplies. all of the things that we need to do a good job and teach the youth of tomorrow. >> jennifer: you mention to bargain your wages. talk about what it will mean when -- as this is signed for you to be able to collectively bargain in your school. >> well, as you probably already know governor snyder has done a lot of things to tie our hands in collective bargaining already if your contract expires your wages are frozen. you have to pay the increase in your health insurance. so he's already done some things to sort of hamper collective bargaining so this is just one more blow to us. it will be more difficult with less funding and less voices behind us to be able to sit at the table and get
people. it's not the responsible way it govern. >> schieffer: are you betting eventually the republicans will cave on the taxes? >> there's no-- there's no path to an agreement that does not involve republicans acknowledging that rates have to go up for the wealthiest americans. >> schieffer: you're saying you can't do it just by eliminating deductions and other-- >> very good question. you know, we've taken a careful look at this, and we think we should limit deduction but if you look carefully at how to do this, there is no way to raise a meaningful amount of revenue, relative to the sights of our fiscal challenges, by just limiting deductions for wealthy americans. there's just not enough room there. you can raise a the lo of money if you're prepared to raise taxes significant she on middle class families by eliminatey deductions, but we don't think that is the way. >> schieffer: you can figure out some kind of an agreement, beyond just kicking it down want road? >> i think we can, and we have a responsibility to do that. and, again, there's nothing that stands in the way of that agre
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